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Banks get money from their depositors and from _______. They pay interest to depositors but charge a higher rate on money they lend out. a. state banks c. the Fed b. foreign banks d.
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Banks get money from their depositors and from bonds. They pay interest to depositors but charge a higher rate on money they lend out. The answer is D
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